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  • Tide of refugees from South Sudan rising fast, UN warns

    The United Nations Refugee Agency on Thursday, March 2, said some 1.5 million refugees had fled fighting and famine in South Sudan to neighbouring countries, half of them to Uganda, and thousands more were leaving daily. Political rivalry between South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir and his former deputy Riek Machar ignited a civil war in…

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  • Court dissolves actor Emeka Ike’s marriage

    News reaching Daily Sun this moment states that Lagos High Court has dissolved the marriage between top actor Emeka Ike and his wife Suzanne Emma Rero. The battle which started in 2015 has come to an end as seen on a news flash report on social media which stated that the couple was on Thursday,…

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  • I want to be Nigerian President –Princess Odutola

    From: Bianca Iboma In Nigeria, there is an increasing number of women entrepreneurs driving business innovation in the emerging markets. Despite the gender challenges, women in the emerging markets are overcoming obstacles to break through the glass ceiling. One of the women doing this today is Princess Debo Odutola, a female entrepreneur who is currently…

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  • BREAKING: Uyo stands still for Osinbajo

    Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has arrived Akwa Ibom International Airport in Uyo, for continued dialogue between the Federal Government and the Niger Delta people. It was gathered that the Managing Director of OGFZA, Umana Okon Umana, the Special Adviser to the President on NASS Matters (Senate), Sen. Dr. Ita Enang, Sen J.J. Akpan Udoedehe, Minister…

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  • Nigerians lost N18b to MMM – NDIC

    From: Sola Ojo, Kaduna No less than three million Nigerians lost about N18 billion to the Ponzi scheme, popularly referred to as Mavrodi Mundial Movement (MMM), the Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) has hinted. The scheme since it announced new guidelines guiding its operations in Nigeria late 2016, has not recorded new investor while the…

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  • $20B Gas project: Ugborodo youths pledge partnership with FG

    From: Paul Osuyi, Asaba Youths from oil-rich Ugborodo-Escravos community in Warri South-West Local Government Area of Delta State have promised to collaborate with the Federal Government to ensure the smooth execution of the $20 billion Gas Revolution Industrial Park (GRIP) project, Ogidigben. National Chairman of Ugborodo Youth Association, Mr. Ofe Nene, who gave the assurance,…

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  • We’re analysing Koko toxic waste – Delta govt.

    From: Paul Osuyi, Asaba Samples of suspected toxic waste dumped in Koko town, Warri North Local Government Area of Delta State have been collected for laboratory analysis to ascertain its composition, the state Commissioner for Environment, Mr. John Nani, has said. Residents of the community had been apprehensive when the strange waste was reportedly dumped…

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  • N4.6b fire equipment to arrive Nigeria soon

    From: Romanus Ugwu, Abuja The Federal Fire Service (FFS), on Thursday, stated that it would soon take delivery of the about N4.6 billion worth of fire fighting appliances, blaming FOREX crisis for the delay in the arrival of the equipment. The FFS Controller-General, Engr. Joseph Garba Anebi, who made the disclosure while addressing a press…

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  • Immigration denies passport booklets crisis

    From: Romanus Ugwu, Abuja The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has dismissed speculations that it is facing serious shortage of passport booklets, revealing that it recently distributed over 100,000 booklets to its various passport offices across the country. In a statement signed by the Service Public Relations Officer S. James (ACI), the Service warned Nigerians against…

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